Traveling in India, you will likely find yourself on at least one bus so decrepit with a driver so insane, you’ll be convinced you won’t survive the journey, so I suppose it’s only fitting that your last ride ever be on a converted public bus. At least that’s what they use in Canacona, Goa. The […]
This billboard sits (or was sitting in Jan. of 2012) just behind Chowpatty Beach in Mumbai, India.
Swastik, meaning ‘auspicious’ or ‘lucky’ is a common given name in India and there are countless businesses that carry it. So thanks Nazis, for forever ruining a good word and a cool-looking symbol. Oh, and killing millions of people in a pathetic attempt to conquer the world. But mostly the symbol. Assholes.
Sadly, that’s an empty promise—there is not only one. Far from it. There are in fact millions of these being sold all over India and I’m guessing every one of them is equally as disgusting as this one was. At least it helps explain why so many Indians are vegetarians.
I’ve always felt that the greatest thing the invention of the automobile has done for us is eliminate the need to sit on top of a wild animal and try to get it to do what we want. I do realize that many people actually enjoy riding horses or other animals, but I also realize […]
This stylish goat in Jodhpur, India’s blue city, is a true fashion icon. She wears this sexy sweater despite the heat, knowing discomfort is a small price to pay to look this good.
“I want nothing….” The second most common phrase you’ll hear in Goa and in any other touristy area of India really. The reason for this, of course, is the most common phrase, “Hello my friend, you buy __________.” Whether you’re lounging on the beach, sitting in a restaurant, browsing shops or basically doing anything other […]
Sunscreen? Let the smog handle the sun’s rays and just get yourself some anti-pollution lotion instead.
Without a doubt, the happiest cows on earth live in Goa, India. They live a charmed life, spending their days sunning themselves on some of the most beautiful beaches around and, as holy animals, they face little danger of becoming a steak or a burger. While other Indian cows wake up and begin foraging through […]